Kate Middleton is, without a doubt, one of the most popular members of the royal family. Aside from the fact that many got interested in her journey from being a commoner to being a senior working royal, a lot of people admire her for being a woman with beauty and substance. This, according to reports, makes her fit to become the next Queen of the United Kingdom.
An unnamed insider even told Life & Style Weekly that Kate has been practicing to speak and act with authority. It added that the wife of Prince William is, actually, more opinionated that what most royal followers know and she does want to express her thoughts and feelings if she does not disagree with something, which according to some is one characteristic that a future queen must have.
The same source claimed that Kate Middleton would not yell if her staffers would commit a blunder, but she would definitely correct them and give them a warning. The mom-of-three had, allegedly, terminated several people in the past for failing to keep up with the image that she is trying to portray in public.
Kate Middleton, as per the unidentified informant, is not also afraid of questioning some royal tradition that she thinks are archaic already, such as the “no hugging” rule that most members of the royal clan have been following up until now. The daughter of Carole Middleton is, reportedly, fond of doing things her way even if it does not sit well with Queen Elizabeth.
“She’ll make her own decisions about which charities she works with, for instance. She’s partial to mental health charities, which previous generations of royals haven’t focused on,” the tipster told the entertainment news outlet. “She’s confident in herself. She’s going to enjoy being queen,” it went on.
Kate Middleton has yet to comment on these statements.